Delphi is located about 10 klm from the Gulf of Corinth in the territory of Phoics in Greece and it is situated between two towering rocks of Mount Parnassus known as the Phaidriades (Shining) Rocks.
The distance from Athens to Delphi is approximately 180 kilometres and it will take around 2.5 hours to get there by car.
According to Greek mythology, Zeus left two eagles to fly, one to the East and one to the West, and they met in Delphi, making it the centre of the world.
Lunch is optional and you can book it through the Delphi Day Trip with Lunch Included. Beverages are not included in the price.
There is no WiFi service in the tour bus
Delphi is not wheelchair accessible as it is placed on a hillside with a steep rocky path with some uneven stone steps. The archaeological museum of Delphi is wheelchair accessible.
There is an entrance fee to the arcaeological site. If you are under 25 y/o you will need your passport for a reduced entrance fee. For tickets bought online you will need to show the barcode of the ticket to the entrance.
The site is located on the slopes of Parnassus mountain and it can be explored with medium difficulty.
Depending on the time of your visit you should dress accordingly (lighter or thicker jacket). Athletic shoes are recommended for walking around the site